'Cloverfield' Release Will Be Test of Online Hype Cloverfield, the highly anticipated new film produced by the creator of such TV shows as Alias and Lost, is out in theaters next week. For months, Internet speculation about the movie has been rampant.
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'Cloverfield' Release Will Be Test of Online Hype

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'Cloverfield' Release Will Be Test of Online Hype

'Cloverfield' Release Will Be Test of Online Hype

'Cloverfield' Release Will Be Test of Online Hype

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A giant monster rips the head off the Statue of Liberty in Cloverfield, the highly anticipated movie by the creator of TV shows Alias and Lost. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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A giant monster rips the head off the Statue of Liberty in Cloverfield, the highly anticipated movie by the creator of TV shows Alias and Lost.

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